Jill Powers

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Jill Powers creates environmental art, mixed media sculpture, and installation fiber art with unusual natural materials. Her primary art material is bark fiber, which she has developed as a contemporary art medium.  Jill is on Visual Art faculty at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Jill has shown her work internationally, and her work is in private, corporate, and museum collections. Jill currently teaches about kozo bark fiber (her primary material), and other unusual natural materials and processes in her own studio workshops, and at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Jill has taught at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology in Oregon, the Honolulu Museum of Art in Hawaii, and is a speaker at the National Handmade Paper conference.  Jill is available to teach, lecture, and offer retreats.

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